Exclusive: The GWW has obtained a sample scene from ‘The Suicide Squad’ that is being sent out to agencies for actors to use in auditions. Normally, studios will send out sample scenes that have nothing to do with the film, but that doesn’t seem to be the case here.
Slight spoilers for ‘The Suicide Squad’ may follow.
Unknown: Hey, is that the prison?
The General: The Nazis came here after World War II, seeking asylum. They built the prison as a way to continue their unorthodox experiments. That was until the Lloreta family accepted a bounty on the Nazis’ heads and killed them all.
The General: The prison endured as a haven for these nefarious experiments outside the grasp of international laws. Many many years ago, rumors began of a beast living within its bowls. These dark rumors helped the Lloreta family maintain power. They would send their political enemies and their families to the fortress never to return. I’ve recently learned that these rumors are not rumors; they murdered thousands of people in bizarre experiments with this creature.
Unknown: Holy cow. I mean, that must be a big relief to get your hands on it now, huh?
The General: Absolutely. Now it is our enemies who shall be fearful. And anyone who has anything negative to say about their new General, they, their parents, their children, and anyone they ever loved can be sent to that prison to feed the beast.
The General is one of the antagonists in the film. At one point, Oscar Isaac was on the shortlist to play him. He is described as “handsome, charming, very physically fit, an ambitious General,” who you just “love when you meet him.”
The scene features The General discussing a prison he lives near in South America. The prison is inhabited by a terrifying creature that has been experimented on numerous times and eats people. This is likely the same creature that ‘The Suicide Squad’ casting breakdown describes as a “muscular alien woman, Queens-tough, surly, monstrous while grounded.” Based on the audition scene, the Creature could be the MacGuffin of the flick. It’s interesting to note that in Gavin O’Connor’s ‘Suicide Squad 2’ script, Supergirl was featured as a brainwashed soldier working for the villains. While the Creature isn’t Supergirl in Gunn’s ‘Suicide Squad,’ he could be pulling a little from that previous draft.
Who do you think The General and The Creature could be?